New Year, New Greyhounds

40 New Year’s Resolutions


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NEW YORK, NY – JANUARY 1: The New Year’s Eve ball drops in a mostly empty Times Square on January 1, 2021, in New York City. On average, about one million revelers are drawn to the Crossroads of the World to watch performances and celebrate the New Year. This year a limited live audience of about 40 first responders and essential workers were allowed to watch the New Years’ ball drop from a secure area in Times Square. (Photo by David Dee Delgado/Getty Images)

2020 was anything but easy. To start 2021 off better, 40 greyhounds shared their New Years Resolutions with us.


Adam Collester

“My new year’s resolution was to focus on myself more.”


Natalie Calderon

“I just don’t want to get covid again.”


Daijah Sampayo

“This year, I’m going to write down one good thing that happens every day, that way I can look back on this year and see all of the good times that I had.”


Victoria Bishop 

“My new year’s resolution is to take better care of my mental and physical health.”


Taylor Booth

“This year, I am going to commit to a college for lacrosse and better myself and train more.”


Elli Aristegui

“My new year’s resolution is to film more of everyday life for my portfolio for film school applications.”


Kyle Foreburger

“My New Year resolution is to try and figure out what I want to do for my career and to help make this year better for as many people as I can.”


Lillian Dean

 “I want to be the best and happiest version of myself, and to not let others bother me.”


Aliya Huffman

 “I would like to better myself and working on doing better in my life overall.”


Sai Castillo

 “This year, my new year’s resolution is to be less critical of myself and to never give up.”


McKennan Lambe

 “I’m going to pay more attention in my classes, and study so I can do better on my tests.”


Haile Dixon

 “This year, I’m going to work on myself more by being more active and doing things I like.”


Kellen Miller

 “My New Year resolution is to work out more and become more fit. I also would like to quit procrastinating on school work.”


Zachary Rios

“This year, I want to win more Lacrosse game and become successful.”


Kendall Turner

 “New year, new habits! You don’t have to change yourself! Change how you react to things or change your routine to better yourself in general!”


Fabiana Ortega

 “This year, I’m going to be a better person.”


Jordyn Fiorica

 “My new year’s resolution is to start exploring my style more and be more confident.”


Candy Martinez

 “My new year’s resolution is to be nice to everyone and spread kindness.”


Andre Tovar

 “I want to keep myself physically healthy this year.”


Pamela Mejia

 “My new year’s Resolution is to put my mental and physical health as a priority.”


Carter Stahl 

 “Mine is to hit a dinger.”


Rohan Motie

 ”I am trying to work on note-taking and studying ingredients skills.”


Alrik Anderson

 “Try to get a raise and lose about 30lbs”


Logan Gallaher

“My new year’s resolution work hard, be kind, and stay healthy.”


Kerrigan Azme

“I want to keep in touch with my friends more.”


Jacob Halpern

“This year I promised myself I’d focus on preparing for college but also get the most out of my last semester in high school.”


Lydia Emmons

“I want to find my place in the world and understand how to achieve my goals for the future.”


Mariano Zagata

“My new year’s resolution is to go to a fire academy this year.”


Stephen Cherepanya 

“I want to be the best player I can possibly be.”


Dakota Duncombe 

“To put more into the community rather than be self-centered.”


Clayton Osbourn

“To get into better shape.”


Matthew Benson

“To keep good grades in school”


Riley Aagaard

“I want to make more money”


Grace Allen

“To better myself”


Jared Ortiz-Mund

“To get good grades.”


Carter Shore

“To get taller”


Justin Worden

“I want to keep my grades up so that I can graduate.”


Isabella Sciortino

“To stop getting my phone taken away so much”


Dana Lugo

“My new year’s resolution is to keep my grades up.”